Road to AFC East Title Still Goes Through New England

June 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

World Cup betting is all the rage right now, but it’s never too early to think about the NFL.
One of the most intriguing story lines of the season is going to be the AFC East. 
The New York Jets have emerged as the biggest threat to New England’s dominance in the division. However, for all the talk that the Jets have talked since Rex Ryan has taken over (and they’ve backed it up), you still can’t talk about the AFC East until you take a look up in Foxboro.
Even those who write a World Cup blog know that it’s essential to have complimentary players around your stars. In Wes Welker the Patriots have the ultimate complimentary player in the league.
Welker’s knee injury in the season finale at Houston really doomed the Patriots chances in the playoffs. His ability to go under the middle takes pressure off Randy Moss.
Tom Brady will be better than he was last season (not that he was even that bad) after one full year on his ...

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